Ahead of this Friday’s complete solicitations for DC Comics in November, we have learned Grant Morrison is taking on another Green Lantern series as the Blackstars get a three-issue mini-series.
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Having been a fan of Morrison’s run on The Green Lantern so far, I was pretty excited to see what he’d do with his first annual issue of the series. And well… Let’s see what DC Comics brings to the table in our review of Green Lantern Annual #1.
This month, Rand Bellavia takes a look at his growing longbox, and reflects on comics released in July in 1979, 1984, 1989, 1994, 1999, 2004, 2009, and 2014! Rand Bellavia is back to share his fond memories of decades of comic collecting and reading in this month’s Random Access Memory.
This month, Rand Bellavia takes a look at his growing longbox, and reflects on comics released in June in 1979, 1984, 1989, 1994, 1999, 2004, 2009, and 2014! Rand Bellavia is back to share his fond memories of decades of comic collecting and reading in this month’s Random Access Memory.
Friend versus friend in a battle… to the DEATH! Your Major Spoilers review of The Green Lantern #6 awaits!
Originally called The Legion of Strange, meet the misfit cast of metahumans from the DC…
This week, we visit the Grass Kingdom and meet the Grass Kings! We also review The Green Lantern #4, Die #3, Sword Daughter #6, and The Bundy Tapes on Netflix. Plus, creepy fast food mascots!
The Earth has been planet-napped! But the space police of the Green Lantern Corps are on the case… Your Major Spoilers review of Green Lantern #3 awaits!
It’s not often that a comic comes out at the perfect time. Well, this one…
It appears to be a new holiday tradition as Grant Morrison and Dan Mora return for Klaus and The Crying Snowman from BOOM! Studios.
Pikachu talks! Grant Morrison takes on Green Lantern #1, Rodrigo likes J.T. Krul, Marvel Knights happened… and… Hey, Kids Comics! Plus, some thoughts on Stan Lee.
BOOM! Studios today announced KLAUS AND THE CRYING SNOWMAN #1, the next chapter in the Eisner Award-nominated bold reimagining of the Santa Claus mythology for modern audiences from visionary writer Grant Morrison (Green Lantern, All Star Superman) and superstar artist Dan Mora (Power Rangers: Shattered Grid), debuting in December 2018.
A wholesome defender of truth and justice is thrust into a dark and sinister world. A violent vigilante steps into a bright and idealistic world of good. How will they react when everything they know is turned upside down? We’ll find out I Wrong Earth #1, the debut title from new comic publisher Ahoy Comics!
An evil Santa from an alternate dimension has founded an evil soda corporation that uses Christmas and Santa as a marketing tactic to build their fortunes. No… really. Check out this sneak peek of Klaus and the Crisis in Xmasville #1 for yourself.